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Morison KSi adds first Latin American member

Morison KSi has added CGS-CPA & Consultores in San José, Costa Rica to its organisation.

CGS-CPA & Consultores is the first Latin American firm member added at Morison KSi this year.

The firm, founded in 2004, provides tax, audit and accounting services to its client base and is active in industries including education, real estate and food and drink.

CGS-CPA & Consultores serves international markets and is among the 30 largest accounting firms in the country.

Managing partner, Victor Manuel Garcia Salazar, CGS-CPA & Consultores, said: “As our international offering continues to grow and thrive, the opportunity to join this global organisation came at the perfect time for us. We look forward to being part of the association and are excited for the opportunities our membership will bring.”

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